I think I like it. I suppose it is a bit like therapy. It’s a good thing I have to journal afterwards. I always leave differently than when I entered. It’s a deep feeling, really. I find myself consumed in my thoughts on my walk home, and no desire or need to release them immediately. I have much to think about and much to journal about. Today I was ready for Practicum more so than...
The God who has become incarnate in human flesh is found, first and foremost, not in meditation and monasteries, albeit God is found there, in our homes. As Nikos Kazantzakis puts it: “Wherever you find husband and wife, that’s where you find God; wherever children and petty cares and cooking and arguments and reconciliation are, that is where God is too.” The God of the...